Loosely fill in the teapot with your lightly damp brush to give a somewhat of a primitive look, especially as the brush dries out.
When switching colors, don't forget to clean off the block first so you don't contaminate your marker colors. And, after playing with colors and using a light color (in this case pale yellow) to highlight the teapots, it was finished off with some shimmer spray to give it a touch of sparkle. I love this primitive look. It's just what I was going for. You could totally make a smooth saturated look if you used a watercolor cardstock but I really wanted a streaky look so kept the brush more on the dry side.
Here's the finished project. Simple and sweet. Maya Road Dandelion Twine and some paper flowers are the final embellishments.
I hope you play with your Tombows and experiment with different looks. And, I hope you are considering playing along with the hop!
Have a wonderfully creative day!